Daniel has recently been diagnosed with Sarcoma and is currently battling cancer at St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This is Daniel's second bout with cancer in his 30 years of young life. At age 12, Daniel was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, a childhood bone cancer. After 9 months of intense chemotherapy and radiation treatment, Daniel was in remission and remained in remission for 17 years, until his recent diagnosis of Sarcoma in his sacrum and his lungs, at the end of July 2017.
Daniel is originally from Manistique, Michigan, currently residing in Gladstone, Michigan with his wife Marjorie McDougle (Hebert) formerly from Quinnesec, Michigan.
Daniel and Marjoire are in immediate need of assistance to help cover medical bills and expenses associated with travel for treatment. Daniel has been unable to work for several months and the many trips he and his wife have taken to various hospitals, including Froedtert's Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin, St. Mary's Hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and OSF St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba, Michigan, over the last several months had aided in an accumulation of debt that is overwhelming.
Daniel was able to have his first chemotherapy treatment on August 25, 2017. The current plan is to administer 3 sessions of chemotherapy, each session lasting 3 weeks, prior to performing a very dangerous surgery to remove the tumor on his sacrum (part of the spine above the tail bone). Depending on how the tumors react to the chemotherapy treatments, Daniel may also need to undergo surgery for the tumors located in his lungs.
Hopefully in the near future, the hospital staff will be able to maintain a suitable treatment regimen which will allow Daniel to receive his medications from home, in Gladstone, Michigan, with 24 hour support from family members and medical staff.
Daniel has a long road ahead of him. He and his wife have the support of their family and friends located throughout the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, however your financial support would be greatly appreciated throughout this very difficult time, to help alleviate the stress of an already intense situation.
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